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Graywolf e-Books Sale For Libraries

Contemporary American & international literature? Check. Independent publisher? Check. e-Books for Libraries? Check.

Graywolf Press is having an e-Books sale for the month of March! If you’re not familiar with this leading independent publisher and their unique publications, then consider this a great way to add some e-Books to your digital shelf.

Starting today (February 29) and running through Monday, April 4, select titles will be discounted 25% off (with our regular lending terms in the US only). Here’s a sneak preview of some sale titles:

I REFUSE by Per Petterson
SONG OF THE SHANK by Jeffery Renard Allen
HALF AN INCH OF WATER by Percival Everett
THE WAKE by Paul Kingsnorth
A WOMAN LOVED by Andrei Makine

Click here to download the spreadsheet of all available titles with exact price changes.

Monday Fun Day! (3/25/2013 Edition)

Happy new week, librarians!

- Congratulations to Brad Parks, author of THE GIRL NEXT DOOR which won the 2013 Lefty Award for the best humorous mystery! AND congratulations to Catrona McPherson, author of DANDY GILVER AND AN UNSUITABLE DAY FOR MURDER which won the 2013 Bruce Alexander Memorial Historical Mystery Award! Both of these honors were awarded at the Left Coast Crime convention in Colorado Springs. See all of the 2013 Crime Fiction Award-winners

- Graywolf Press, one of our excellent distribution clients, has a gorgeous new website: GraywolfPress.org. I'll admit that I miss the trio of wolves that used to walk on screen in the upper right hand corner, but I'm sure they've been released into the digital wilds to roam free.

Uncharted Pages is now updated with another season's worth of fantastic books featuring totally rad preternatural stuff. Find out more about the books and the giveaways here

- We posted our schedule for the Texas Library Association Annual Conference! Please join us in the booth (#1137) and at all of our fine events.

- If you missed Library Journal's "Editors' Picks" webinar, find out which four summer titles our editors were raving about here. UPDATE: You can now watch the full archived webinar! (Macmillan titles begin at the 18 minute mark.) 

- And finally, this puppy:

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A poem by a new favorite.

You might not know it, but Graywolf Press is a distribution client of Macmillan's. And I love Graywolf, because I love poetry. The collection this poem is from is Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty. Great title, eh? Enjoy!

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